AMBER RESIDENZ Bavaria
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... just one hangar but it was free so that's always good! After that we decided to go to the Salzburg Museum in the centre of the old town. That was kinda a let down after the castle and other historic things we've seen. The top and bottom floor were basically just art galleries and not really the kind I like.
It was more the kind where there is a photo of a person or a portrait and they are going on about oh how does this make you feel, ...
... off little blasts here and there. When midnight finally rolled around boy did the skies light up with fireworks all over the place! It was just brilliant. The snow had finally stopped falling, it was -2 degrees and mum and I danced in the snow welcoming in the new year. After some hard work building an epic snowman earlier in the evening Dan and Dad retired to bed early.
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... the ski hire place in our little town and asked about hiring skis for me and a snowboard for Ben. It seems like its really cheap here it was only 12 euros to hire for half a day. There are plenty of little ski slopes around here with their own ski lifts which are apparently very cheap to use. There is no big ski resort in this area with lots of slopes, but it seems it will be good for us to pick it up again here because its not so steep. Hopefully we can do that ...
... and the less said about that the better really!
Morning was spent exploring Salzburg. This town is incredibly gorgeous and definitely lent itself to a longer visit! There are many "Sound of Music" tours in Salzburg however Tim expressed no interest at all in this, so we did our own thing. Mozart lived in this beautiful place 250 years ago, and it is a compact city centered on a tight grouping of narrow cobbled streets overshadowed by ornate 17th ...
... instead of the ugly concrete banks on the Seine and Thames and the other rivers I have seen here. Salzburg is also a very cyclist and pedestrian friendly city, so it reminded me of Boulder in that regard as well. It was the first time in Europe that I have seen a huge amount of people jogging or walking or biking just for the heck of it, instead of as primarily a way to get somewhere. ...